Sindh Police Minister and IG Sindh Vow to Tackle Challenges and Promote Inspectors

Sindh’s Interior Minister, Zia-ul-Hasan Linjar, has underscored the challenges facing Karachi and the Kutch area, expressing full confidence in the capabilities of law enforcement officers and youth to address these issues head-on and eradicate crime from the region.

Addressing the issue of promoting inspectors to the rank of Deputy Superintendents of Police (DSPs) within the Central Police Office (CPO), Minister Linjar emphasized the support of Inspector General (IG) Sindh and the entire Sindh Police force. He expressed optimism that the experienced and skilled officers would effectively combat crime with dedication and resolve.

During a ceremony marking the promotion of 99 police inspectors to the rank of DSPs across the province, IG Sindh Ghulam Nabi Memon commended the bravery and sacrifices of the Sindh Police, noting that their contributions surpassed those of other provinces. He assured the officers of his unwavering support in their efforts to ensure that perpetrators face justice and that law and order prevail.

The promotion ceremony served as a testament to the dedication and professionalism of Sindh Police officers, with 99 inspectors being elevated to the esteemed rank of DSPs. The newly promoted officers were recognized for their exemplary service and commitment to upholding the rule of law and safeguarding the communities they serve.

The collaborative efforts between the Sindh Police leadership, including Minister Linjar and IG Memon, and the diligent officers on the ground underscore a collective determination to address the prevailing challenges and maintain public safety and security in Karachi and the Kutch area. Through strategic initiatives and effective enforcement measures, the Sindh Police are poised to tackle crime and ensure the well-being of citizens across the province.

As the Sindh Police continue their mission to uphold law and order, the promotion of inspectors to DSPs signifies a significant milestone in their career progression, empowering them to take on greater responsibilities and contribute to the ongoing efforts to create a safer and more secure environment for all residents of Sindh.